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The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig' Paperback – October 29, 2009
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English author Hodgson is famous for his contribution to the genre of horror and fantastic fiction. His writings are reflective of his power of expression. He was also a poet, photographer and a sailor. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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Written in the style of a travelogue, the narrator is one of the survivors who has decided to put down his fantastic adventures after The Glen Carrig went down. Hodgson uses archaic language in this novella, and I quite liked it. Perhaps a bit stilted at times, but I even enjoyed the many nautical explanations and descriptions of All Things Ship-related (there were lots of these).
Sea monsters? Yes.
Destructive, howling storms at sea? Yes.
Ghoulish, unexplained night sounds? Yes.
Possible monsters/death behind every tree? Yes.
I liked this little sea adventure.
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